Jalaluddin Airport

Djalaluddin Airport is an airport in Gorontalo Regency, Gorontalo, Indonesia (IATA: GTO, ICAO: WAMG). It is located 30 km in west of Gorontalo's city center and it is operated by Ministry of Transportation of Indonesia Republic. The new terminal was opened on 1 May 2016. This airport is the alternative gateway for flights to the northern part of Indonesia. This Airport named after Djalaluddin Tantu, a Colonel Pilot from Gorontalo, who has died in "Dwikora Operation" in 1964 in Malaysia. He was lost with the Hercules aircraft.

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Gorontalo

Gorontalo is a city and the capital of the Gorontalo Province, Indonesia. It has an area of 64.79 km² and a population of 179,991 at the 2010 Census

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LCCs operating in Gorontalo

Direct flights from Gorontalo

Lowest tax-include fare (oneway) (USD)

Jakarta From $60 (Tax incl.)

  • Batik Air (ID)
  • Lion Air (JT)

Makassar From $37 (Tax incl.)

  • Batik Air (ID)
  • Lion Air (JT)